Landgasthof Deutsche Eiche
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... I went and checked in for just myself as I usually do and the girl at the front counter told me she got off work at 8:00 and would be having a beer around the campfire if I wanted to join her. Lol. I still managed to pull off the single occupancy without any blips.
We cooked up a grand feast after getting stuck in the rain on the way back from the supermarket. We retired to the tent when I decided I wanted to go grab a stein of beer and meet people. Sure enough, I ...
... the castle. You weren't allowed to take any pictures which brought down the experience just slightly because I would have loved to take those memories home and share them. But either way the castle was pretty darn awesome! We were the last small group of our bigger tour group to go so we had to hurry down the hill. The 6 girls all decided to walk down in the interest of time because we only had 15 minutes before we were supposed to meet at the bus, but the ...
Drove from Raab to campsite in Munich, on bank of a canal joining the Isar River. Settled The Boomer in for 3 days holiday. We were then collected by our old friends Anni ( whom I have know since I was 12) and Michael, who duly installed us in a lovely hotel. Visited Anni's mother and sister, then dinner at Anni's apartment.
Next day, short visit to a dentist ( friend of Anni) to fix my sore tooth ...
I got up and searched for something to eat but everything was closed. I headed back, packed up my stuff and headed to the train station. I ended up getting one of the giant pretzels because I felt like it was the appropriate thing to do in Germany before I left. I ended up just hanging around most of the day. I arrived in Amsterdam and loved how ...
... sitting with a man claiming the Isle of Jersey as home, a regular older brit and two Germans. They were all very interesting and I spoke to the German couple, they were older with zero skills in English, and Kathy talked to the two brits, the Isle of Jersey , is a British possession. We were all having a great time. The guy, Daniel, from Jersey, lives in Prague and had a number of photographs of Prague at Christmas, and gave Kathy lots of advice. We also saw where ...